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set forth (something)
to explain something exactly or clearly
The manager carefully set forth the terms of the rental contract.
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  • set forth (somewhere)
  • set great store on (someone or something)
  • set in
  • set in one's ways
  • set one's sights on (something)
  • set one`s heart on (something)
  • set one`s mind at rest
  • set out (somewhere)
  • set out to (do something)
  • set sail
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  • far be it from (someone) to do (something)
  • rub out (someone or something) or rub (someone or something) out
  • flip out
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  • look like (something)
  • take umbrage at (something)
  • out of kilter
  • by the day


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  • Using hisself or theirselvvs instead of himself or themselves

    Don't Say:
    They fell down and hurt theirselves.

    Say:
    They fell down and hurt themselves.

    Note:
    The reflective pronouns, third person, are himself arid themselves and not himself and theirseives.
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